December 5, 2018 - Ivo Vizin - Captain of Dreams, the children's theatre play about the most famous captain from Boka Bay and the first Slaven who sailed around the world will premiere this evening at the grand hall of the Cultural Center "Nikola Đurković" in Kotor.
The play is the co-production of the Podgorica City Theater, the Kotor Festival of Children's Theater and the Cultural Center "Nikola Đurković" from Kotor. For the performance text, Jelena Lela Milošević got the award in the ASSITEJ 2017 competition. Zoran Rakočević signs the direction. The story of what Captain Ivo had to survive so that in 1852 he was ready to go on a nine-year journey around the world and to sail over 100,000,000 nautical miles, will show the actors: Vule Markovic, Jelena Simić, Sanja Popovic, Pavle Popovic, Goran Slavić, Miloš Pejović, Branka Femić and Pavle Ilić.
"Ivo Vizin has created for himself an eternal journey with his companionship with the people who have gone through his difficult childhood. He had reached the Cape of Good Hopes before getting at the sea because good hope is inside, in each of us. The question is whether the monsters of our fast-paced life where we are losing empathy are forgetting the foremost - the family and the best friends in which we run for the empty career success and the accomplishments in which we are lonely, to succeed in perpetuating us forever defeats people. Let's get in the sailing life, "says the announcement of the show.
According to the actor, Goran Slavić, acting the figure of Federico Bellavista, explains that due to the weight of the actions and situations in which the characters are, this theatre show is suitable for children older than 12 years.
The play follows Ivo Vizin's life since the earliest childhood through various life events in the birthplace of Boka Bay, until he became one of the best-known captains and the first South Slavens who sailed the world on his ship Splendido.
The theater show starts at 8 pm. You can buy tickets at the Cultural Centre ticket desk, from 6 pm to 8 pm for the price of 4 euros.